Ethanol: Quiz


Question 1: rockets following World War II, including the ethanol-fueled ________, which launched the first U.S.
SM-65 AtlasHGM-25A Titan IPGM-19 JupiterPGM-11 Redstone

Question 2: ________ is a condition that requires people with a long history of heavy drinking to undertake an alcohol detoxification regimen.
Benzodiazepine dependenceDelirium tremensAlcohol withdrawal syndromeBenzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome

Question 3: Ethanol can be used as an antidote for poisoning by other, more toxic alcohols, in particular methanol[78] and ________.
GlycerolIsopropyl alcoholEthylene glycol1,2-Dichloroethane

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  94% denatured ethanol sold in a bottle for household use
  USP grade ethanol for laboratory use.
  Ethanol being used as fuel for a burner
  Hydrogen bonding in solid ethanol at −186 °C

Question 5:
What is the chemical name of Ethanol (IUPAC)

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Hydrogen bonding in solid ethanol at −186 °C
  Hydrogen bonding in solid ethanol at −186 °C
  United States Postal Service vehicle running on E85, a "flex-fuel" blend in Saint Paul, Minnesota.[citation needed]
  94% denatured ethanol sold in a bottle for household use

Question 7: It has been shown to increase the risk of developing cirrhosis of the liver,[76] multiple forms of cancer, and ________.
BenzodiazepineDrug addictionAlcoholismAddiction

Question 8: It has a complex mode of action and affects multiple systems in the brain; most notably ethanol acts as an agonist to the ________.
Glutamate receptorGABA receptor5-HT receptorPurinergic receptor

Question 9: [8] With the advent of ________ in 1920 though, sellers of ethanol fuel were accused of being allied with moonshiners,[7] and ethanol fuel again fell into disuse until late in the 20th century.
ProhibitionRum-runningPakistanUnited Arab Emirates

Question 10: The addition of even a few percent of ethanol to water sharply reduces the ________ of water.
Surface tensionViscosityFluid dynamicsFluid statics

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